Saturday, October 22, 2011


After tucking my daughter in for the night, she asks me for some water. 

Which I get for her. 

And she drinks. 

And promptly starts hiccupping. 

She then asks me, "Mom - did you give me hiccup juice?"

Wednesday, October 19, 2011


Cute little 4 year old boy with a teaser sneeze. 
After about the 3rd failed attempt, he turns to me and said,
"I think I have a bless you coming."

Thursday, October 6, 2011


After making our bed, one of the feathers from the pillow was on the ground.  A little four year old girl sees it and asks me, "There's a chicken feather on the ground.  Did a chicken come in your room?"

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

One Liners

A 2 year old little girl, "When I get big, I'm gonna be my dad."

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After handing a younger boy a glass of apple juice with his breakfast, this is what he tells me: 
"This water you gave me tastes like apple juice."

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"I hate it when I siphon gas and get some in my mouth."

Sunday, October 2, 2011


So I'm sitting outside while Dustin's working on a machine of some sort that's about a foot in front of me, enjoying actually getting to talk with him.  (Yay!)  In the middle of a sentence, he's cranking (don't know if that's the proper term or not...) something and then a hissing sound starts and he flinches while repeating very quickly, "Please don't explode.  Please don't explode.  Please don't explode.  Please don't explode."

Saturday, October 1, 2011


Kisses have been scientifically proven to make owies better.  I read that once somewhere, but always believed it even before science proved it.  Just the act of someone wanting you to feel better?

Overhearing this the other day:  a little girl bumped into rocks and scrapped up her leg.  Her dad asks her if she wants him to kiss it better, this is what she tells him.  "No, your kisses don't work.  Only mommies do."